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  • What the 1920s tell us about Dolezal and racial illogic

    Chronicle of Higher Education - 06/19/2015

    What does it mean to identify across race lines and to claim a racial identity disconnected from background or biology? Why does so-called reverse passing (white to black) generate such extraordinary attention and controversy? The Rachel Dolezal case reveals a conundrum in race debates that remains unresolved.

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